Black Jive Matters explores Black America’s Contribution to Universal Language derived from Tribal origins, Slavery, Segregation, Civil Rights, Black Power, as well as Black America’s creations, contributions and innovations in the fashion and music industries generally, including: The Blues; Jazz; Gospel; R&B; Soul; Disco; Hip Hop; Rock and Roll; and EDM.  Black Jive is also referred to as Black Vernacular English, African-American English, and Ebonics.